• Parish Mission Statement

    We, the Roman Catholic community of St. Mary Parish under the patronage of our Blessed Mother, will proclaim, celebrate, and live our faith in God who is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and who sanctifies us in word and sacrament.

  • A SPECIAL WELCOME FROM BISHOP EDWARD MALESIC, THE 12TH BISHOP OF CLEVELAND

  • HOLY Mass: sept. 13, 2020

  • D.O.G.:  The Beatitudes

  • COUNTDOWN TO DONATION TRUCK ARRIVAL

       The SVDP donation truck will be here at St. Mary’s the weekend of October 17th-18th.  This will be your last opportunity this year to donate your unneeded or no longer wanted, yet useful, items to the poor. Start filling your bags and boxes now with coats and boots, dishes and cups, toys and tools, anything that can be useful to others.  Furniture may be donated as long as the item can be handled by one person—small stools, small chairs, small tables, small rugs, etc.   All items need to be cleaned, repaired and in the case of small appliances and toys, in good working order. SVDP does not have facilities to clean, mend or repair.  The truck will be parked at St. Mary Church from Saturday, October 17th from 4:30 pm until very early on Monday, October 19th . The Truck itself will be open all hours.

  • Parish News

    • September 19
      - Fr. Redmond
      FROM THE PASTOR: September 19-20, 2020
      This Sunday is the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time. The Gospel comes to us from Matthew 20:1-16a. Jesus tells his disciples a parable about a generous landowner. He hires laborers at dawn, at nine o’clock, at noon, at three in the afternoon and at five o’clock. At the end of the day, he pays all of the laborers the same wage. Those hired first were not pleased with this. The landowner, however, has cheated no one. Those hired first agreed to work for the usual daily wage. They received the agreed upon wage. The landowner is free to do as he wishes with his money. He is free to be generous to those hired later in the day.
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    • September 17
      The Annual Blessing of the Animals will take place on Sunday, October 4th at 3:00 p.m. here at St. Mary's. According to the Roman Calendar, October 4th is traditionally the feast of St. Francis of Assisi. Please bring your pets to the west parking lot near the recycle bins. The blessing will take place in the athletic field where the field meets the parking lot. Animals unable to be removed from cars or trucks will be blessed as well. The wearing of masks and social distancing will be observed. All are welcome!
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    • September 16
      - Life Teen
      2020 LIFE TEEN KICKOFF SET
         The 2020-21 Life Teen Kickoff will happen on Sunday, September 27, 2020, 6:00-7:30 pm. Anyone in 9th through 12th grade is welcome to attend and please plan on wearing clothes that you do not mind getting dirty because if the weather is sunny, we will be outside. Please bring a mask with you just in case we end up being inside for the Kickoff. RSVP to Sherry Loxterman at lifeteen@stmarychardon.org by Friday September 25th.
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    • September 12
      - Fr. Redmond
      FROM THE PASTOR: Weekend of September 12-13, 2020
         This Sunday marks the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time. The first reading from Sirach (27:30 – 28:9) and the Gospel reading from Matthew (18:21-35) both speak to us of the need for forgiveness. More specifically, we cannot ask the Lord to forgive us if we are unwilling to forgive others.
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